Shrimp with Tropical Fruit Salsa from Lime House
The bi-annual Singapore Restaurant Week is what food aficionados always look forward to, with over 100 of Singapore’s most celebrated restaurants offering special 3-course menus at just $25++ and $35++ for lunch and dinner respectively, or a supplement of $15++ and $20++ for lunch and dinner for Dining City Star-Awarded restaurants. It’s a great opportunity to get a taste of some of the best restaurants in Singapore, some of which you would otherwise find no occasion to splurge at.
Milo Dinosaur from PORTICO
Coinciding with the island-wide celebration of Singapore’s 50th birthday (SG50), the theme for this edition, “Something Old, Something New – A Modern Take on Comfort Favourites”, is a way of paying tribute to the milestone year. Putting the chefs skills and creativity to the test, each restaurant will be presenting their own inventions based on the theme, taking childhood or traditional comfort foods and remix them with their own contemporary twist.
Pluma Iberica from UNA
I’ve picked out some restaurants that I’ve tried and personally liked, and sorted them according to categories (with links to read about my dining experiences) centring around “dining companions” based on the ambience and level of formality, so when you’re planning a meal with your other half, best friend, colleagues, school mates, or parents, this might make it easier to pick a restaurant that best suits the circumstance.